cueThe cue command prepares for playing or recording. Digital-video, VCR, and waveform-audio devices recognize this command. wsprintf(lpstrCommand, "cue %s %s %s", lpszDeviceID, lpszInOutTo,
lpszFlags); Parameters lpszDeviceID Identifier of an MCI device. This identifier or alias is assigned when the device is opened. lpszInOutTo Flag that prepares a device for playing or recording. The following table lists device types that recognize the cue command and the flags used by each type:
||Indicates where to start.
||Prepares for recording. For digital-video devices, this flag can be omitted if
the current presentation source is already the external input.
||Prepares for playing a frame without displaying it. When this flag is
specified, the display continues to show the image in the frame buffer even though its
corresponding frame is not the current position. A subsequent cue command without this flag and without the "to" flag displays the current
||Prepares for playing. If neither "input" nor "output" is specified, the
default setting is "output".
||Moves the preroll distance from the in-point. The in-point is the current position, or the position specified by the
||Indicates play direction is in reverse (backward).
||Moves the workspace to the specified position. For VCR devices, this flag
indicates where to stop.
See Also play, record
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